Microsoft Devices, formerly known as Nokia, rolled out on Wednesday, Dec. 10, the first Microsoft-branded Lumia smartphones ? the Lumia 535 dual SIM and the Lumia 735 — in the Philippines.
The Lumia 535 features a wide-angle 5 megapixel front-facing camera and a 5-inch display, which can perform the following tasks:
? Make Skype video calls and seamlessly switch between voice and video with built-in Skype integration.
? Access, edit, and share Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents and OneNote notebooks wherever, with the pre-installed Office suite.
? Save and sync photos, videos and Office documents with 15GB of free OneDrive cloud storage.
? Connect with work and personal e-mail while on the go, with Microsoft Outlook built-in.
? Never miss a call or text, and be reachable on both SIM cards at any time with Smart Dual SIM.
?Many people, especially the younger tech-involved audiences, aspire to own the latest flagship smartphone, but often don?t have the means to get it.? said Karel Holub, general manager for the Philippines at Microsoft Mobile Devices Sales.
?With access to the best services right out of the box, including the latest Windows Phone 8.1 update, Lumia Denim, Lumia 535 helps people do more of what they want, for less.?
The Lumia 535 Dual SIM will be available for P5,990 in the Philippines from December 15, 2014. It will also be available under Plan 499 of both Globe and Sun.
The Lumia 535 Dual SIM will be available in a range of colors including green, orange, white, cyan and black.
On the other hand, the Lumia 735 with LTE/4G and wireless charging will be available in the Philippines from December 19, 2014 in green, white and grey. It will only be available at Globe, free at Plan 1299.